Resumé

Building Information Modeling (BIM) siges at holde potentiale for at øge effektiviteten af ​​de designprocesser i byggeriet. Men designere kæmper til tider at anvende de forskellige BIM-værktøjer. For at forstå denne disjunkte, er det nødvendigt at forstå først de eksisterende praksis i forskellige specialister i bygningen designprocessen for at forbedre den fremtidige udvikling og implementering af BIM. Formålet med denne artikel er at undersøge konsekvenserne af at bruge BIM-værktøjer i et samarbejde bygningsdesign indstilling, der består af forskellige specialister. Et casestudie blev udført for at spore, når blev brugt BIM-værktøjer (eller ikke) i en inter-organisatorisk design proces med en flåde redning station i Danmark. Designprocessen blev helheder undersøgt gennem linsen af ​​Activity Theory, som er en analytisk ramme.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftConstruction Management and Economics
Vol/bind37
Udgave nummer6
Sider (fra-til)336-350
Antal sider15
ISSN0144-6193
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 3 jun. 2019

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Design process
Information modeling
Activity theory
Lenses
Industry
Organizational design
Rule-breaking
Denmark
Heuristics

Emneord

  • Building Information Modeling
  • Bygningsdesign
  • Casestudie
  • Aktivitet teori

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